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Population models for passerine birds: structure, parameterization, and analysisAuthor(s): B.R. Noon; J.R. Sauer
Source: Pages 441-464 in: McCullough, D.R.; Barrett, R.H., eds., Wildlife 2001: Populations. London, England. Elsevier Applied Science
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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CitationNoon, B.R.; Sauer, J.R. 1992. Population models for passerine birds: structure, parameterization, and analysis. Pages 441-464 in: McCullough, D.R.; Barrett, R.H., eds., Wildlife 2001: Populations. London, England. Elsevier Applied Science
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